New arrivals: Natural and orange wine

Lovers of natural and orange wines, take advantage of these new arrivals to stock up. You’ll find an exceptional selection of some 40 products in tones of white, orange, rosé and red. If you’re not sure what to buy, rely on our experts Julie and Éric who handpicked six favourites among all products tasted. It’s now your turn to try them, and don’t miss our Suggestions of the week for more delicious finds to share.

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Top picks among new arrivals

  1. Con-Greg Grigouriou chose his side! As part of this young Australian succession jaded with heady and wines black like ink invading the market, the winemaker signs digestible cuvées that surprise as much by their container as their content. Fermented with native yeasts and without filtration, this "pétillant naturel" (French for "natural sparkling") displays scents of lime, peach, pear and apple in a delicate and light ensemble. Perfect with fish tacos or chips in front of a good TV series!
  2. Daniel and Bianka Schmitt are part of this beautiful new generation of winegrowers who embrace the profession with the desire to think outside the box. On their few hectares worked biodynamically, they make magic by letting a once trivialized terroir express itself, and this Riesling will prove it to you. Its vibrant, tonic and energetic freshness settles in the mouth and persists for a long time. A perfect pairing with snow crab or fried calamari.
  3. Gérard Schueller pampers his 6 hectares of vines with his son Bruno as naturally as possible. This surprising cuvée that features the very expressive gewürztraminer grape variety will make you fall in love all with it all over again. Overflowing with scents combining citrus fruits and a floral touch, it remains dry and invigorating, while leaving us on a finish with undeniable minerality. A classic pairing with sushi, spring rolls or soft cheeses.
  4. The Puzelat brothers inherited a few hectares of vines in the Loire and wanted to convert everything into organic viticulture from their beginnings in the 1990s. If in the beginning making wines that go beyond the framework of established appellations gave them some trouble, today the quality of their cuvées is recognized and confirms their intuition and the thoroughness of which they’re capable. This "simple vin blanc de France" is exquisite and delivers the varietal aspect and purity of Sauvignon Blanc in an impeccable way. Try it with shrimp and lemon fettuccine!
  5. A pillar of the natural approach to wines, Georges Descombes remains a reference for many winegrowers. The only vintage in pellicular maceration at the estate, this orange wine made with Chardonnay is a great success. Deep, aromatic and complex, it conveys generous notes of tropical fruits, flowers, orange and pear. Round and subtly tannic, it will please alongside a pad thai or spring rolls. Superb!
  6. On the Villié-Morgon side, in the heart of the Beaujolais vineyards, the Thévenet family benefits from a remarkable wine heritage. Made from indigenous yeasts, with a minimum of sulfur and bottled without filtration, this red is a photo without makeup of the Gamay grape variety. Blackcurrant, cherry, strawberry, floral and mineral notes characterize the flavours of this cuvée that will highlight a beef tartare or eggplant parmigiana.

 

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